The Karbon 800 by OnLogic is a uniquely designed computer suited for AI, automation, and advanced manufacturing in an unbelievably durable aesthetic & powered by Intel’s 12th Gen Alder Lake CPUs
Alder Lake is Intel’s most scalable client architecture to date, letting you choose the ideal processing platform that can scale with you. Alder Lake’s unique hybrid-core architecture adapts to your needs by directing the right thread to the right core.
Features of the Karbon 800 models
- Hybrid-core Design
- Intel Thread Director: Intelligence built directly into the cores
- PCIe Gen 4 compatible
- Full support for ECC memory
- Wi-Fi 6E compatible – The biggest advancement in Wi-Fi in 20 years
- Up to i9 processing with 16 cores and 24 threads
OnLogic’s Karbon 801 offers a 16-core Intel 12th Gen Core i9 processor, as high as 64 GB of DDR4 3200 ECC or non-ECC memory options, and availability for NVMe storage capability. For wireless connectivity, the Karbon 801 offers 4G Cellular, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth options for consumers.
The changes between the Karbon 802 and the 801 models are the addition of OnLogic’s ModBay expansion technology that opens the door to several additional connectivity and features, along with additional dual 2.5″ SSDs to allow for projects that require high levels of storage. Just like the Karbon 801, the K802 offers up to the 16-core Intel 12th Gen Core i9 CPU, as high as 64 GB of DDR4-3200 ECC or non-ECC memory modules, optional hot-swappable dual 2.5″ SSDs, and similar wireless connectivity.
Lastly, the Karbon 804 by Onlogic packs the same punch as its lesser sized models and includes a single dual-slot PCIe Gen 4 x 16 or 2x single-slot PCIe 4 x 8. Again, as with all other OnLogic’s Karbon 800 series models, it offers the same scalability and power as the rest.
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